Ceredigion - Dog Byelaws for Beaches
Dogs are not allowed on the following beaches /areas On or between 1st of May and 30th of September
Aberaeron - South beach between groyne to South of beach Parade & harbour walls
Aberporth - Dolwen Beach
Aberystwyth South - South beach between the Castle Headland(Northern limit) and the first
groyne at the end of South Marine Terrace(Southern limit)
Abervstwyth North - North beach between the North side of the landing Stage and the extreme northern end of the beach at Craig Glas.
Borth Beach area from Slipway at the Lifeboat station to the Club House opposite the Youth Hostel on the High Street.
Clarach - Beach area, which runs parallel with the breakwater.
Llanqrannoq - Beach area between Nant Hawen and Pen Rhip.
Mwnt - Beach area.
New Quay - Beach between the Pier and Penpolion (the little Pier to the east of the 'New Pier')
Penbryn - Beach Area
Tresaith - Southern beach area between the access steps and Carreg- y -Ddafad.
Dogs are not allowed on the following Promenades without a
lead on or between the 1st of May and the 30th of September
Aberaeron - Beach Parade
Aberporth - West Street from Maes y Felin to the seashore at Dolwen Beach
Aberystwyth South - The Promenade extending from the Castle Headland southwards to the southern limit of the jetty at South beach
Aberystwyth North - The Promenade extending from the Castle Headland to Craig Glais.
Borth - The High Street extending from the junction with the B4572 to the Club House opposite the Youth Hostel on the High Street.
Clarach - The Beach access road Class C1049 to the North of Clarach Beach from its junction with the B4572.
The Beach access road Class C1100 to the South of Clarach Beach from its junction with the B4572.
Llanqrannoq - The B4321 road from the Ship public house in a westerly direction.
New Quay - Glanmor Terrace from its junction with High Terrace up to and including South John Street.
Penbryn - The roadway from Llanborth to the seashore.
Tresaith - Beach road Class C1009 from the Beach to its junction with the Aberporth Road Class C1012
"Every person in charge of a dog without reasonable excuse permits the dog to enter or remain on the Promenade without being held on a lead and being restrained from behaviour giving reasonable grounds for annoyance shall be guilty of an offence."